Democracy Now! Monday, June 16, 2003
Iranian Student Protests Continue as the UN's Nuclear Agency Calls on Iran to Allow Inspections
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While President Bush praises the anti-government student protests in Tehran, demonstrators are critical of the U.S., the U.S.-backed monarchists as well as the current Iranian government.
Cindy Corrie Speaks at Evergreen State College Commencement to the Classmates of her Slain Daughter Rachel Corrie
Rachel Corrie died three months ago today when an Israeli military bulldozer crushed her to death as she tried to nonviolently protest the demolition of a Palestinian home in Gaza.
U.S. Peace Activist Brian Avery Returns Home Two Months After Being Shot in the Face in Jenin by Israeli Troops
At the time of the attack, doctors feared Avery would never speak again. His tongue was split in two. His jaw remains clamped shut. Today he joins us for a rare interview.
The Red and The Blacklist Part 2
Blacklisted screenwriter Norma Barzman recalls how she faced two blacklists in McCarthy-era Hollywood, one for being a political radical, the other for being a woman.